Dell Venue 8 7840, dubbed as the thinnest tablet up to date is right on the shelves of Best Buy at a reasonable price of $400. The tablet bears Intel’s RealSense scanning technology which enables handlers to acquire 3-dimensional scanned printable. Added to its value is the fact that it has ousted iPad Air 2 as the planet’s thinnest tablet (6.1mm)—again, presently.
The screen of this hot device sports an 8.4 inch display capacitating 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution. Dell Venue 8 7840 performs powerfully via Intel’s Z3580 chipset, clocking at 2.3GHz processor. It works closely with ImgTec PowerVR G6430 GPU and runs in 2GB RAM. The whole package ensures not a graphical extravaganza but a truly amazing power-performance embodies in a thin, handy frame.
Since we got powerhouse here, it’s safe to assume that it comes in an equally fabulous operating system, right? However, Dell did not use the latest Google Lollipop to further enhance its Venue 8 7840. The model still has the Kitkat 4.4 OS. But let’s not raise our eyebrows fast, shall we? We might never know when Dell could surprise us next. By the way, let’s expect Venue 8 7840 in markets within this month (January, 2015).
Dell Venue 8 7840 Specifications
- Display : 8.4” with 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution
- Chipset/ CPU : Intel Z3580 with 2.3GHz processor
- GPU : ImgTec PowerVR G6430
- RAM : 2GB
- OS : Android 4.4 Kitkat
- Storage : (internal) 16GB and expandable via microSD
- Camera : (primary) 8MP; (front) 2MP